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South-based steelband Pan Elders remained in the top position after Sunday’s semifinal round of the Panorama competition in the Medium Band category. Playing in position five, the band amassed 275 points for its performance of Scrunter’s (Owen Reyes Johnson) The Will, arranged by Duvone Stewart....
ACCUSING the opposition of getting a “free pass to recruit and promote criminals” in this country, the Prime Minister said none of his colleagues is involved with criminal conducts relating to gangsters. Speaking to reporters after he distributed keys to residents at St Mary’s and Fifth Company in...
With the Kings and Queens of Carnival preliminaries to be held on Thursday, at the Queen’s Park Savannah, masmen are worried about the effects the wind might have on their costumes now that the North Stand has been replaced with the North Park. Speaking to Newsday after the drawing of the Kings and...
SAYING the media’s role is to cover all angles of a subject, the Media Association of TT (MATT) on Monday urged Police Commissioner Gary Griffith to be more careful in his choice of words, so as to not create an impression he opposes a free press. “The Media Association of Trinidad and...
THREE-year-old Prince Francette suffocated in the back seat of a burning car. The findings of an autopsy showed the toddler died from toxic smoke inhalation. The autopsy was witnessed by his mother, Maria Granger, 21, yesterday at the Forensic Science Centre, St James. The child’s aunt Amanda Gran...
THE TT Rugby Football Union (TTRFU) recently hosted its youth development symposium at the Youth Training Centre (YTC), Golden Grove Road, Arouca. The event was organised by the TTRFU’s youth development co-ordinator and assistant secretary/treasurer Karl Muckette and consisted of presentations and...
THE once well-equipped Diamond Village community centre is now home to rats, snakes, roaches and insects. The centre which boasted a computer room, modern kitchen facilities and a furnished auditorium, is now stripped of furniture and other equipment. PRO of the village council Zameer Rahaman said...
RIB-TICKLING humour, the double entendre, delivery and antics of some of the performers are elements that have sustained calypso tents over the years. These are the ingredients, no doubt, which kept calypso lovers glued to their seats at the Kaiso Showkase at Palms Club, San Fernando, from...
THE jab molassie and the dame Lorraine might seem like an unlikely pair, but they share the same function as Carnival protest characters. As one of the many devil masquerades, the jab molassie, smeared with grease or mud and scantily dressed in short pants, found his way into Carnival as the...
DESPITE no guarantees the Ministry of Finance will release funds for TT's participation at 2019 Rugby Americas North (RAN) 7-A-Side Tournament, which takes place in June and July, TT Rugby Football Union (TTRFU) president Collin Peters, who described himself as the "eternal optimist", said...


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